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at law and numerous others. a defect in the yadaa law has emerged which seriously penalizing the micro small businesses. and is causing many to close their doors. the requirement that the merchant pay all attorney fees and costs of litigation in the application of strict liability penaltis is driving many of the neighborhood businesses out of business. the community and the neighborhoods lose and the disabled community loses. all because of the harsh penalties and punitive costs involved. implementation, we can afford, but not the cost of implementation or penalties. therefore, i challenge all our legislators in the county, state and federal levels to remedy this problem. again, i thank you. remember, the by word is "implementation, not penalties." thank you. [ applause ] [ applause ] >> next item. >> commissioners item 4, general public comment. this allows members of the public to comment generally on matters within the commission's purview and suggest future agenda items for the commissioner's consideration. discussion item. >> are there any members of public here to discuss any
and a dwindling force, bratton's expertise is needed. >> i think he's a wonderful leader in law enforcement. i look guard to working with him. i don't expect any of the controversy that is surrounding him to be an issue for us. >> reporter: if you ask new city council member noel it appears city leaders are ready to approve the $250,000 contract for his services. >> that's governments primary responsibility is to guarantee the safety and security of its people. >> reporter: the public safety committee meets at 5:30 tonight. although they plan to protest, the committee is expected to approve that contract. live in oakland, john sasaki, ktvu channel 2 news. >> we caught up with governor jerry brown and asked if he plans to provide resources to help curb violence in the city where he once served as mayor. >> i want to help where i can. oakland has to solve its own problems. the fire department, mayor, of you got to put together. >> governor brown said he'll look at what he called any reasonable request for help from oakland. he points out he's sent the highway patrol to assist oakland police in f
did not happen the way law enforcement said it did or may not have happened at all. >> well, i think we need to as a society look at things more carefully. perhaps we as a society have been conditioned to be duped. >> tracy also suggested that actors were used to shape debate about gun control. she is upset that the comments caused more pain in newtown connecticut and that the professor spoke as a private citizens and not as a representative of the school. >>> tracy is on the fast track and they are looking at the president's recommendations and wants to move quickly. the president's promise for new gun laws is getting plenty of kickback, kyla? >> reporter: president barack obama has made it clear he wants to take action and will do so without congress and gun rights groups are fighting back. after the shooting in newtown connecticut the focus is on assault weapons. passing new legislation could prove difficult with a split on gun control. the n ra has vowed to fight any new restrictions but more than a million people have signed a petition backed pie his group to stop the sale of as
want stricter gun laws following last month's deadly shooting at sandy hook elementary. 84-percent who answered the associated press poll want background checks for gun purchases at gun shows. >> oakland's safety committee has unanimously voted to adopt a resolution to hire a safety consultant to help the city's police department combat rising crime. the man they are considering for the job.former los angeles police chief william bratton. dozens of the city's resident voiced concern about the hiring of bratton, due to his seemingly random "frisk and search" policy to combat violent crime. but oakland police chief howard jordan insists that bratton's policies will not interfere with the police department's efforts to build a relationship with the community. >> we do not condone racial profiling. we have worked hard and long to build relationships. i did not want to throw that away. >> the oakland city council is split on whether they should hire bratton. it is expected to make a hiring decision at its meeting next tuesday. a chilly start but not quite as cold as the last couple of morni
more. >> last time they had a gun control law was 1997, banning small handguns known as saturday night specials i was found to be conflicting with state law. >> thank you. later tonight abc 7 news political reporter mark math use will have local reaction outlined today at the white house, stay tuned for that later on in the hour in, marin county, the district attorney now says it may not have enough money to pay the people who turned in their weapons during that four-county buy back program yesterday. officials handed out $70,000 worth of vouchers but only raised 43,000s ndz cash to cover them. the total of 827 weapons were turned in. and another buy back is set for monday. it's currently scheduled for 11:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m. at the san rafael and mill valley police departments but don't expect to get cash this time. for turning in the gun. >> we're used to seeing screeners in our nation airports but today a special unit made a stop in a train station in the east bay. it's a story you'll see only on abc 7 news. laura anthony sl live tonight. laura? >> hi, carolyn, tsa out here earl
working in films and law enforcement. he was killed. so was a person on the ground. the crane still dangling as authorities look for ways to safely dismantle it. >>> president obama says he won't back down from a flight on his ambitious new gun control agenda. our exclusive survey usa rugbia poll found strong bay area support for his -- usa survey poll found strong bay area support. it's congress that needs convincing. >> reporter: with a stroke of a pen, president obama signed 23 executive orders combating gun violence. one directs the center for disease control to study gun violence. another helps young people get mental health treatment. >> if there's even one life that can be saved, then we've got an obligation to try. >> reporter: the president called for a ban on assault weapons and ammunition magazines with more than 10 rounds. he also wants background checks for everyone buying a gun. >> and i'm calling on congress to pass some very specific proposals right away. >> reporter: children who wrote the president after the connecticut shooting were in the audience for the announc
says she is meeting with department of justice to try to bring more enforcement law enforcement resources to oakland. >>> we're also learning the reasons behind san jose police chief chris moore decision to leave the department. the 51-year-old chief last day on the job is tomorrow. moore says the last straw was when the city council vetted against putting a tax on last november's ballot to help the police department's finances. chief moore said if he decided he didn't have the support of city leaders it was time for him to go. san jose has not decided on a permanent replacement for him. >>> story of an attempted kidnapping in san jose is thousand being called a lie. the child's mother confessed to making up the story. coming up at 4:45 what is expected to happen next in the case and reaction from the community. >>> the local cycling community is split on whether to believe lance armstrong's apology for using performance enhancing drugs. >> i made my decisions. they are my case. i'm sitting here today to acknowledge that and to say i'm sorry for that. >> armstrong's long awaited
is not complete until our gay brothers and sisters are treated fairly under the law. >> reporter: he urged congress to work with him. >> we cannot mistake absolutism for principle or substitute spectacle for politics. >> reporter: people who waited for hours embraced the harsher tone, the smaller crowd of 700, 000. anita jackson told me crunching numbers is missing the point of the inauguration rich with history and four years later, hope. >> i'm so proud and honored to be a part of this environment today. >> reporter: before leaving the capitol steps today, mr. obama took one last look over the gigantic spectacle and said, i will never see this again. >>> a group of east bay students made it to washington, d.c. for the inauguration but getting there was not easy. for half of the 46 students from claremont middle school, it was their first trip out of lakeland. the teacher knew it to be life changing. >> you're not just kids from oakland, you're citizens of the world. >> the group got to meet barbara lees, their congresswoman. >>> now it's time to get
the law after the death of reddic go founder erik swartz. >>> welcome back to the ktvu channel 2 morning news it's now 12 minutes after 5:00. the psychiatrist of the accused gunman is facing a civil lawsuit. san tell belong the widow of a victim of a aurora shooting filed a suit. the psychiatrist should have advised police to arrest suspect james holmes weeks before the shooting rampage. >>> there is a new poll that shows most americans want tougher gun laws after last months deadly school shooting in connecticut. 84% of those surveyed by the associated press say they favor background checks from people who buy guns at gun shows. 55% support a ban on assault weapons. and 51% support a ban on the sale of high capacity ammunition magazines. >>> president obama will lay out his plans for sweeping changes for gun control. as ktvu kyla campbell reports from our washington, d.c. newsroom the president is facing opposition from gun rights groups. many republicans and even some fellow democrats. kyla. >> while the president can make some changes on his own using executive orders, he will need co
students accepted from the california community colleges. >> san francisco law banning public nudity goes into effect next month and is challenged today in federal court. a lawsuit filed by four nudists in november seeks an injunction based on constitutional rights. city attorney will argue on behalf of the ordinance at the u.s. district court in san francisco. the attorney arguing for the plaintiff wants it to apply to ought nudists not just the four that filed suit. >> notre dame officials could hold a news conference on the shocking story of the national college football star who claim tons the victim of a terrible hoax. an investigation is underway whether manti te'o is the victim or mastermind. he gained national sympathy and attention when in september his grandmother died and on same day, so did his girlfriend, allegedly, of leukemia. now a when has uncovered that there was no such young woman. manti te'o says the relationship was online and claims he was duped by someone using stolen pictures of a woman who says she doesn't even know manti te'o. >> this was an elaborate, very soph
it purchases. it will take several steps to make these two changes into law. >> and polls suggest that nearly 60 percent of americans wants stricter gun laws following last month's deadly shooting at sandy hook elementary. a 4 percent answered as the associated press and g f cable one background checks for gun purchases at gun shows. >> there was a larger the expected turnout at the marin county gun buyback program. hundreds of firearms are collected during the event. people walked away with up to $200 per guns, no questions asked. and as two hours the county ran through the $43,000 it had raised for the bat. after running out of cash that county had out vouchers to those of the unwanted as voluntary give away their guns. the district attorney says he will try and raise the money needed to pay people back in the next 30 days. they also planned to hand out more doctors and other gun buyback yvette which is planned for the martin luther king day holiday. the final numbers a total of 827 guns were turned and. and novato, 227 were taken out the streets and stammer fell 223. and central rent 206 g
that the massacre at sandy hook last month did not happen the way law enforcement said it did or may not have happened at all. >> well, i -- i think that we need to as a society look at things more carefully. perhaps we as a society have been conditioned to be duped. >> tracy also suggested actors were used to shape debate about gun control. the president of the university says she's upset the comments caused more pain in newtown and that the professor spoke as a private citizen, not as a representative of the school. >>> we have new information on last week's school shooting near bakersfield. prosecutors in kern county say they will try the 16-year-old suspect as an adult. witnesses say the teenager walked into a science classroom at taft high school and shot another 16-year-old in the chest. the victim is current lit in a medically-induced coma but doctors expect him to -- currently in a medically- induced coma but doctors expect him to recover fully. >>> president obama is going over the vice president's proposals about tougher gun laws. we could possibly see an executive order by the pres
violence, meanwhile the nra said that they will lobby hard to have congress block any new laws that will ban assault rifles. >> the president said he reserved the right to exercise annex active order to get new gun laws on the books. it's his last press conference of his first administration. the main topic was the looming fight over the debt ceiling saying that america is not a dead beat nation. mr. obama installed that he is not willing to negotiate when it's coming to raising the ceiling. if it's not raised, social security checks and benefits for veterans could be delayed. it could be harder to pay your bills now than it was a month ago. that is because uncle sam is taking an extra 2% out of everyone's check for social security. for most people in the bay area, that is about $80 a month or $1,000 a year. >> scott? >> we will do it with the help of mobile apps. now, step one if you have a mobile device. try to avoid the temptation to upgrade. there you saved your 80 dollars a month already. we have apps to show you, most of us is have to drive and spend money on gas. this ap
wants to use her winnings to start her own firm, which will focus on immigration law. from woodbridge, virginia, please welcome dee anwari. dee, welcome again. >> thank you. >> yeah, you--you immigrated from afghanistan with your family when you were just three years old, right after the soviet invasion. >> right, so i was very young. so i don't really remember being in afghanistan, but still i'd like to start my own law firm, be my own boss, and help other immigrants--recent or, you know, kind of formerants--gr immigrants--get their citizenship and kind of live the
just passed the toughest gun restrictions in the country. the law includes an immediate ban on semi-automatic rifles and handguns with "a military-style feature." it also seeps to keep guns out of the hands of the mentally ill. the governor signed the measure into law less than an hour after the legislature passed it. >>> hundreds of gun owners showed up in marin county to trade in their guns for money. some of them walked away with ious instead. >> reporter: the aim, to get guns off the streets. >> i we think need to degun america. we're not out in the forest killing animals for meat. we're out killing each other. >> reporter: the trade, drop off your legal or illegal firerememberas. no questions are asked -- firearms, no questions asked, and you get cash. >> i've had them for years, and i don't use them, i don't feel any need to keep them around. and cash is better at this point. it pays some bills. >> we need to be mothers against guns. guns are killing our children, in the streets and in the school, and mothers just need to get mad about guns. >> you mad? >> i'm mad! >> reporte
cities. the use of gang injunctions and curfews and antiloiterring laws have been rejected in oakland in the past but oakland is facing a crime epidemic. on friday four were killed in less than ten hours. if hired the certify would pay him $250,000. >> if you really need to hear what he has to say, why don't you go and ask jordan, buy his book on amazon for $18? >> oakland police chief jordan favors hiring the former police chief of los angeles who was police commissioner in boston and new york but protesters fear the use of stop and frisk techniques that he introduced in new york will lead to racial profiling. stop and frisk enters a gray area that questions what is reasonable suspicion? last week a federal judge found it to be in violation of people's civil right. >> officers have the right based on reasonable suspicion to stop anyone. >> chief jordan says too much emphasis has been placed on the stop and frisk methods. >> the large part of the success in new york and los angeles was based on partner community something we are in support of. >> the public safety commission voted to
rampage. >>> a new poll shows most americans want tougher gun laws following the deadly school shooting in connecticut. 84% of those surveyed favor background checks for those who buy guns at gun shows. >>> 7:17. we're less than two hours away now from hearing president obama's proposal for gun law changes. he will make the announcement surrounded by children who wrote to him after the newtown school shooting. kyla campbell is in our washington, d.c. newsroom where you just got a look at some of those letters. >> reporter: my white house contact sent me three letters from kids from around the country. one little boy from georgia asked president obama to stop violence. an 11-year-old girl julia wrote she couldn't bear the not of losing her brothers and sisters -- the thought of losing her brothers and sisters to guns. at this morning's announcement, president obama is expected to push for better enforcement for existing gun laws. he can require keeping data on where guns are. the government stopped keeping track nine years ago. when it comes to the background, president obama can push fo
san francisco newmzigñ law on public nudity. tonight a final chilly chance for critics of the law to bare it all. >> an internet hero found dead just as he's about to go on trial. the legacy of online social justice he leaves behind. >> the department of motor vehicles charges a woman hundreds of dollars too much to register her car. i'm michael finney. coming up 7 >>> visitors to san francisco city hall saw quite a show this morning. protestors stripped down to birthday suits despite chilly temperatures demonstrating against the new nudity ban pushed through by supervisor scott weiner. it's one of the last times they can walk around nude in public. >> it becomes law. i'm vote running against scott weiner for supervisor. i will be the first to disrobe in front of city hall. >> this ban faces a big test on thursday, a judge will decide whether to grant an injunction against the ban. >> let's stay in the city for this item. 49ers are preparing to head to atlanta for nfc championship game. one, if they win there, it's open to super bowl. fans get rgd to make the trip we're live at sa
making it illegal for residents to possess ultradeadly hollow point bullets. which pose a hazard to law enforcement. the bill would require stores to notify police if someone buys large amounts of ammunition. >> purchases 500 rounds or more, or frequency of purchases we'd like there to be a data base for that. then, we want to ban the more lethal ammunition there. is no place for it on the streets. >> a lot of year, san francisco defend a local law requiring safe storage of handguns and a ban against the sale of hollow point bullets. the national rifle association challenged both laws. >> a man turned up dead in the trunk of his car, now, investigators are looking for the person response yichblt a deputy discovered sean parker's body checking in a car near snonla state university. it appears the car had been there since saturday. parker was wanted in a case in santa rosa. deputies found hipz girlfriend's blood in the car. they say she's not a suspect in the death. >> the oakland police department wants some help from the alameda county sheriff's department to make streets safer. the cit
a ban on high capacity magazines. more background checks will harass law-abiding citizens say the owners. >> do you think controls will get a background check before they sell a gun to another criminal? >> many in connecticut who remembered the one month anniversary of the shooting, want action. >> doing nothing is no longer an option. >> this is a promise to do everything in our power to be remembered not as a town of grief but a place where change began. >> lawmakers in new york state reached a tentative agreement for the most restrictive gun law in the country including tougher assault weapons ban and more stringent background checks for gun sales. >> the national rifle association has vowed to take the fight to congress lobbying against laws that restrict access to guns. >> thank you. a state lawmaker from san francisco is introducing a bill aimed at reducing gun violence in california. democratic senator wants to bolster the assault weapons ban. it calls for banning the use of bullet buttons that allow shoot wees to change magazines quickly on military-style rifles. the bill bans th
in the next half hour. >> a new associated press poll finds majority of americans support stricter gun laws at president obama will announce the plan this morning to reduce gun violence. for more we go to abc news like in washington, dc. >> get ready for a big fight. president obama's proposals to curb gun violence are already being met with enormous resistance by the n.r.a. >> the n.r.a. did not wait for president obama's announcement. the powerful gun lobby launched a strike releasing a video attacking the president's character. >> he is just another elite it hypocrite. it points out that his children have armed protection in school and asks, why is he skeptical about armed security? >> president obama will have to overcome the opposition and convince congress to pass the measures to curb gun violence. when he unveils the proposals he will do with children who wrote letters expressing concern about gun violence. the president will call on congress to ban military style assault weapons, limit the number of bullets allowed and require background checks on every gun purchased. he will also t
to be ease -- going to be easy. >> reporter: senate majority leader harry reid says changing gun laws will be a tough challenge. democrats in the senate are going to work on gun laws they believe will pass the republican controlled house. but some republicans who support gun rights say none of these measures would have prevented the tragedy at newtown. they believe the focus needs to be on mental health. >> it really does a disservice to the families and victims of newtown. it does a disservice to the american people. to look at what the real policies are here. >> reporter: mental health is expected to be a part of president obama's gun control agenda. i'll take a look at his options when i see you next. live in washington kyla campbell. >>> ktvu news will bring you live coverage of the president's proposals for reducing gun violence. he is scheduled to make that announcement at 8:55 this morning our time. ktvu will also be streaming the presidents remarks live on our website ktvu.com. >>> happening right now a small group of redwood city boat owners ignored a midnight city deadline.
: it will take several steps to make these two changes laws. we will let you know what happens. >> catherine: new york state lawmakers have just passed the nation's toughest gun control law. it calls for a tougher assault weapons ban. it's also aimed at keeping guns out of the hands of the mentally ill who make threats. meantime - on the federal level.the president will unveil his proposals tomorrow to fight gun violence. some will involve actions he can take on his own. others will mean getting the cooperation of congress. and that won't be easy. the announcement might be coming wednesday. but we already know a lot about what the president will likely say. after a string of meetings headed up by the vice- president. proposals for actions he can use take on his own. they include improving background checks for all gun buyers. keeping data on where those guns are. he might also impose new limits on guns imported from wheldon ahoysome of the key recommendations though - 'will' require congressional cooperation. >> "including the ban on assault weapons.including the limits on high capacity magazines
on capitol hill continues over the national debt crisis. and what to do about national gun-control laws. >> we will see how that plays out. >> we will take a quick break. it is 4:07. >> a look at the san mateo bridge. restructuring, pension and super storm sent the cost hit the company hard. we will see what happens when the opening bell rings at 6:30 a.m.. we will have a check of the market. we are back. access 4:09. >> three americans were killed in last week's hostage standoff in algeria. the three men were all killed. seven other americans did make it out safely. >> more american teaens are graduated from high school. the graduation rate is highest since 1976. >> the steady rise of students completing their education is a reflection of the struggling economy and greater competition for new jobs. >> the job right for male students was about 3.8%, four females that was lower than that just under 3%. >> but drop out rate was higher among teen boys in every state. >> apartment in new york city are about to get a lot smaller. >> expectations that population and rents will keep climbing a
law professor predicts lance armstrong's televised confession to doping could trigger a new criminal investigation. as we first reported early this week, oprah winfrey had an interview with lance armstrong in which armstrong admitted to using performance enhancing drugs when he was competing in the tour de france. peter keen of golden gate university says that admission may prompt the u.s. attorney to reopen its criminal case against armstrong. keen said giving armstrong a pass would amount to a legal double standard. federal prosecutors have not commented. >>> police at uc davis launched a criminal investigation into an explosion at a campus apartment that injured a student researcher. it's still unclear what the student was doing when the explosion happened yesterday. officials from the fbi and bureau of alcohol, tobacco and firearms removed dangerous chemicals from the apartment. the student hurt one of his hands in the blast. at this point no one is in custody. >>> a judge sentenced a richmond man to death today for killing his ex-girl friend and her friend at the teleplays after
. the city council will decide whether to hire a high-profile police consultant at tomorrow's meeting. laws have been resisted by oakland voters. that's what nypd william bratton is known for. and the city has proposed hiring him for $150,000 consultant contract. bratton is known for new york's stop and frisk policy, which was declared a violation of civil rights by a federal judge last week. critics of bratton expect to show up. >>> a shooting happened right in the afternoon. the city's gunshot detection system alerted police to that crime. officers responded and found 24-year-old jonathan behind an oakland street. he had been shot multiple times. a second victim showed up with gunshot wounds, as well. he's listed in critical condition. >>> a warning for women after a violent attack in a popular san francisco neighborhood. here's a sketch of a suspect that was released today. police say he tried to rape a 31-year-old woman in the mission district earlier this month. the victim says the man threw her to the pavement. and while straddling her, slammed her head to the concrete. police say she
control laws. school children wrote to him with suggestions including an 11-year-old. >> she says i know laws have to be passed by congress but i beg you to try very hardéfcs. >> the conzbres reluctant to pass comprehensive gun controls. he signed 23 action that's include providing more federal money but added these are just first steps. >> congress, too, must act. and congress must acfgs÷, soon. >> what the president wants is a universal background check for gun purchases, a limit how many a clip can hold and a ban on military style assault weapons, advocates are gearing up for battle in a new video, the rifle association goes after the president, personally. >> slammed being skeptical of having armed guards in schools, his daughters are required secret service protection. julia believes her voice and those of children around the country can bring change to stop the violence. >> lawmakers are skeptical of the plan, and some democrats in the senate said they're uncomfortable with what the president is asking. coming up at 6:00 we'll hear from house democratic leader nancy pelosi and ja
hook school shooting with a sweeping plan to overhaul america's gun laws. it's our top story at 7. emily schmidt has more. >> reporter: when 20 children died in the newtown elementary school shooting, president obama said if there's one thing we can do to prevent this, we have to try. wednesday, backed by children who wrote him letters calling for change, he outlined 23 executive orders. he's implementing them right now without need of congressional approval. >> and we can't put this off any longer. >> reporter: they include providing incentives for schools to hire school resource officers, and reviewing safety standards for gun locks and saves. he say that's just a start. >> to make a real and lasts difference, congress, too, must act. >> reporter: just three congressional actions, a universal background check for every gun sale. getting tough on people who buy guns intending to sell them to  criminals and banning military- style assault weapons like the one used in newtown, as well as ammunition magazines that hold more than 10 rounds. if congress won't do it, he says, ask why
filed a federal lawsuit hoping to overturn the new law. they argued that the government ordered cover up violates their first amendment right to express their political views. >> a u.s. district court judge said yesterday that it takes more than simply disrobing in public to make a political statement. >> we will be back in just a minute. we have a live look of the san mateo bridge. the traffic on 92 is like this morning no problems. cold in livermore out to the east. 32 degrees in downtown livermore. specifically out by the airport. the freezing mark there should warm up to about 60. we have a nice, mild weather to look forward to in to the weekend. we will get a quick break down with erica and just a moment. >> good morning. 4:09 on the clock. >> taking a look at wall street this morning. futures trading shows mixed results across the board. the s&p 500 and the dow show positive figures while the nasdaq is in the negative. stocks make big gains yesterday after strong report on the housing market in the unemployment claims. all making investors more optimistic about the economy. >> here
morning, charlie and norah, cbs news has learned new details including the renewed effort to stop re law to bullying in schools and the president's health care law to increase access to mental health gun control services. gun control will dominant the cal headlines. the president will call for a assault tougher assault weapons ban after the one that expired in ten years in 2004. he'll also ask congress to ban fire all firearm ammunition magazines containing more than ten bullets, he'll also seek universal criminal and mental health background checks for all gun sales including private transactions. the assault weapons ban is already an uphill fight. >> we'll not prejudge -- s that befor >> before it started or -- -- >> i don't believe that.ve and i think that that doesn't a mean it's a sure thing either. if if these things were easy they ve been would have been achieved ach already. >> reporter: the white house will also push for a tougher he white hou federal gun trafficking law to trafficking l punish gun merchants to refuse punish gun to run thorough background r
access. law enforcement will be shutting down all the roads that lead to pillar point. also the national weather service warning about possible sneaker waves hitting the coast. that is starting late this afternoon through tomorrow morning. now if you'll remember three years ago during the mavericks surfing competition unexpected waves broke on shore and dozens of spectators at the southern tip of mavericks beach. within the past month waves have killed three people in the bay area including a man and his nine-year-old son who swept off the rocks while fishing in the head winds. a wave can strike with enough force to -- then they retreat back into the -- sneaker wave warning along the sonoma coastline citizen to san mateo county. officials have issued a high surf advisory that starts tomorrow and lasts through sunday. if you want to catch mavericks because of the 49er game a lot of folks might choose to stay at home and watch the game there as well as the surfing competition via live web cast. we will provide a link to that on our ktvu website. if you do decide to come out here the maveri
laws according to a new "associated press" poll. 35% say gun laws should remain unchanged and 5% wanting looser gun laws. >>> the new report that highlights the dangers of energy drinks. >> plus, crossing the line. the florida teen arrested for giving a wedgie. >> and forget unreally fans. the soccer mess that got some four-legged interference. coming up. during sleep train's huge year end clearance sale, get beautyrest, posturepedic even tempur-pedic mattress sets at low clearance prices. plus, get free same-day delivery, set-up, and removal of your old set. and through monday, get 3 years interest-free financing on selected models. but hurry, the special financing offer ends martin luther king, jr. day. don't miss the year end clearance sale at sleep train. superior service best selection lowest price guaranteed. ♪ your ticket to a better night's sleep ♪ >>> 5:12. welcome back. we're going to check the roads now. >> we do that with elizabeth. take it away. >> all right. thanks, guys. we'll go out towards the bay bridge where we learn they just picked
it constitutionally within the law. the challenge is to do it compassionately. you're dealing with human beings. >> if the city council approves bratton's contract as expected, he will start work in oakland february 10. >>> a bay area city with a bad reputation is actually seeing violent crime go down. homicides in richmond have decreased by 28% in the last year after the city hired 40 new officers and the force changed the way it patrols the streets. officers now talk to members of some 40 neighborhood councils. >> every neighborhood is different and unique. they all have different needs and desires from the police department and we actually can meet all their needs when we put the same officers there. >> apparently it's working. in addition technology like shotspotter and cameras help identify crimes in progress. police have also identified 75 people in the city most likely to commit crimes and let them know they are being watched. >>> president obama will unveil his details to lower gun violence. >> he discussed it yesterday in his last scheduled nice conf
to curb gun violence. the nash rifle association opposes any new gun laws. jackie spear is calling on the president to use his executive powers to act. >> i recommended that he do by executive action as much as he can, because i am not very confident that this congress is going to have the guts to do what's right. >> the task force recommendations are expected to include requiring background checks for all gun purchases, a limit on the numbers of bullets allowed in magazines, and a new ban on assault weapons. >>> in the bay area, a gun buy back is scheduled for tomorrow in marin county. from 11:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. >>> u.s. supreme court justice clarence thomas broke a 7-year long silence today when he spoke out loud during oral arguments, but he broke he violence not with a question, but a joke. thomas is known for rarely commenting from the bench. in fact, the last time he did so during a case was february of 2006. but today, during arguments, he made a joke about ivy league lawyers, poking fun at yale, where he graduated from law school. >> u.s. defense secretary said the obama
are dissatisfied with current gun laws and support stricter proposals. >> at 13% jump from a year ago. >> ibm ed payne reporting. >> secretary of state hill recounted his car to testify in front of the house foreign affairs committee later this month about the deadly september 11th, to attack libya. >> clinton will answer questions about the raid that killed u.s. ambassador chris stevens and three other american citizens. >> she was scheduled to testify last month, but was hospitalized after doctors discovered a blood clot in her head falling acrofollowing a concussion. >> secretary clinton plans to step down from a post as long. president obama has nominated senator john kerry to replace their. >> inside sources say during an interview with oprah winfrey, lance armstrong committed to using performance enhancing drugs. >> armstrong was stripped of his seventh tour de france title last year after u.s. anti-dumping a visit reported shed light on his extensive building regime. >> on strong apologize to his live strong charity organization and ask that they continue to help those with cancer and the
. >> it will violate the law and the constitutional rights of the property owner. >> the attorney for the neighbor accused 7/11 of bullying the city into reversing the decision. >> the property owner and the tenant decided to take a calculated business risk or failed to do their proper due diligence before purchasing the property and entering into a long-term lease. >> the city council voted to revoke 7/11's permit and there the city's legal team made a mistake the city should do what is right even if it means fighting 7/11 in court. >> there are plenty of tickets available for the 49er fans willing to travel to atlanta. the niners victory on saturday put them in the title game and a win away from the super bowl. they are taking on atlanta at the georgia dome on sunday. that means ticket sellers are not getting the business they expected because the majority of fans do not have the time or expense to make a trip to atlanta. >> i had a person called up that wants to travel to atlanta. this is the difference. if they played here there would be $100,000 worth of tickets but right now, nothing. >> you
parking and infringement by parked cars on the sidewalk. the mta cac recommends that sidewalk parking laws be enforced not just against cars that leave less than 4' of travel room for pedestrians, but for any car being more than 1' into the sidewalk. the next long motion concerns operator training. cac recommends that the agency expand its operator training capacity in order to meet the long-term operator needs of the agency. even to the understood short-term detriment to service that might result from shifting personnel from operator to trainer positions. the cac recommends the agency make adoption of polices and systems to decrease trainee washout rates a higher priority. the cac recommends the agency investigate whether simulator training would be cost-effective and whether purchasing simulator equipment in conjunction with other transit agencies in the region would make sense? cac recommends that operators receive more hands-on training in boarding and deboarding disabled passengers using actual disabled passengers. the final motion from our october meeting concerns graffiti removal.
law military style weapon. restrict ammunition magazine to 7 rounds. and requires background check to buy bullet. another provision requires mental health professionals to tell state authorities if a patient threatens to use a gun illegally. >> develop nuts tonight. japan 2 largely east airline grounded the flight of boeing 787 dream liner. after the latest safety scare led to emergency evacuation. happened today in western japan after cockpit message showed battery problem problems. this is the lateness strength of issues for boeing newest and most tech logically advanced plane. the decision to ground the fleet is affecting flights at san jose international. 787 scheduled the leaf tokyo tonight for san jose is cancelled. along with tom return flight obviously. u.s. government is conducting rae view. though it has reassured the public that the dream liner is safe to fly despite these problems. >> talk hi tech for a moment. today face back declared war on google. unveiling new search engine. so what will it do that is new in our lives. here's david wright. >>reporter: to
. the state is significantly advanced when it comes to adopts new highway laws. >>> facebook announced a new feature that will help users make more friends and new discoveries on the networking site. it could be quite some time before most people get to try it out. robert handa reports. >> reporter: news agencies came from around the world for facebook's new release. mark zuckerberg unveiled the grass search. >> that was really one-half of the equation. now people are going to have the ability to discover. >> reporter: enderly says helping people with shared interests connect could help people. but criticized facebook limited to bata use and still years away from most users. >> how they presented it was horrid. at the end of the day it was presented as another search feature. kind of a linked in light. >> reporter: people we talked to ranged from optimistic to disappointed. zuckerberg emphasizes monitoring the limited users will be key in improving and expanding grab search. in menlo park, robert handa, ktvu news. >>> my space unveiled its newly redesigned website entizing the public with t
when it comes to adopts new highway laws. >>> facebook announced a new feature that will help users make more friends and new discoveries on the networking site. it could be quite some time before most people get to try it out. robert handa reports. >> reporter: news agencies came from around the world for facebook's new release. mark zuckerberg unveiled the grass search. >> that was really one-half of the equation. now people are going to have the ability to discover. >> reporter: enderly says helping people with shared interests connect could help people. but criticized facebook limited to bata use and still years away from most users. >> how they presented it was horrid. at the end of the day it was presented as another search feature. kind of a linked in light. >> reporter: people we talked to ranged from optimistic to disappointed. zuckerberg emphasizes monitoring the limited users will be key in improving and expanding grab search. in menlo park, robert handa, ktvu news. >>> my space unveiled its newly redesigned website entizing the public with the new album by justin timber
could fill in some of the gaps for me. the code of conduct largely came out of the -- the law that created the code of conduct requirement came out of the experience that pg&e and marin energy had when marin energy launched its program so the code of conduct puts certain restrictions on both parties, the utility, in our case pg&e and on us as a cca. broadly speaking it prohibits either party from misleading customers. it requires that any expenditures that pg&e incurs to actively market against the program cannot be reimbursed by rate payers and shared by shareholders. it allows pg&e to answer questions and educate about their program and how it compares to our program. it requires both parties to work with the california public utilities commission public advisor's office to create a comparison document that would be made able by all parties on the two program offerings. so that gives you some of the key elements. >> and the code of conduct you said is in the process of being approved or is approved. >> so a proposed decision was drafted and sent out for comment by the cu
control laws has many gun owners concerned spurring sales of some weapons that will be banned. the jackson arm shooting range and shop in south san francisco has seen 300 percent jump in sales sin the sandy hook elementary school tragedy. after the president's call if tighter gun control, they expect demand to continue. each gun store in the bear area is out of a popular assault rifle. >> this is a special brand, a california legal. if we had one it would be gone in a minute. >> ammunition is getting if short supply with many manufacturers out of stock and deliveries are six months to a year out. >> if marin county the district attorney says you may not have enough money to pay the people who turned in their weapons during a four-county "buy back" program. officials handed out $70,000 worth of vouchers on tuesday but only raised $43,000 to cough that and a total of 827 weapons were turned in and another buy back is set for monday. currently it is scheduled for 11 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the san rafael and mill valley police department but do not expect to get any cash this time for turning in
you gun laws as eight a way to keep people safe from gun violence. >> i think we have laws on the books already that aren't being enforced by think we need to enact those before we make new ones. >> there are guns out there and they want to ban them but no one is going to turn in their stuff. >> if you want an immediate solution against a one in there to protect the kids. if you are not willing to do that and they're your arms of the air and say that is a totally asinine suggestion you have some sort of other agenda than protecting the kids. >> an addition to their skepticism about the present gun control plan, members of the clubs say banning a are rivals for instance will have a major impact on competitive targets it sport shooting here in the bay area. >> and notre dame football star is manti te'o says the as a victim of a joke. he said in september his grandmother and his girlfriend died within hours of each other in the deplane to honor them. the grandmother really did die but the girl friend turned out to be a hoax. the story that she died of leukemia is a story that
online to see if the amount is actually on the card. if it's not then contact your local law enforcement agency. >> i look at the packaging on everything i buy. >> deputies told me they're looking at finger prints and dna evidence to see if that'll lead them to the thieves. >>> the state of california's getting pore than a half billion -- more than a half billion dollar to help imimplement the state's healthcare -- implame neshgs t allowing people to compare and en-- the woman who wrote the long running device column,ary dear aby has died. ester died in 2002. phillips died of alzheimer disease. >> 4 high school students were arrested after a riot broke out near berkeley high. a cell phone video caught the aftermath. hundreds of people filled the streets of the the police called and arrested the 4 students 2 from burkely high school and 2 others from the alternative school burkely tech. >>> people are getting geared up with the san francisco 49ers. fans were stocking up on american with kaepernick jerseys a very hot commodity. the team made the playoffs for the second year in a row. >>> t
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